NC Ryan White Fact Sheet

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In 2012, there were 26,168 North Carolina residents living with HIV/AIDS.1 Fifty-five North
Carolina organizations received a total of $58,729,631 in Ryan White funding to fight the epidemic.2
North Carolina’s Ryan White funds are distributed through five parts:
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Part A (Metro Areas): $5,570,831 to Charlotte Mecklenburg County Health Department to
create and support primary care and support services in the Charlotte Metropolitan Area.
Part B (States): $41,084,201 to North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
to build a statewide response to the HIV epidemic. DHHS contracts with non-profit
organizations and governmental agencies for medical and support services.
Part C (Early Intervention and Capacity Development): $6,347,563 to clinics for
outpatient care and capacity development.
Part D (Women, children, youth): $3,362,894 to programs serving women, infants, youth,
and their families.
Part F
(Dental Programs): $68,551 to providers of free dental services to low-income HIV
positive patients.
Part F (Special Projects of National Significance): $1,845,000 to groups seeking to
develop and disseminate innovative models of HIV treatment.
Part F (National Training & Technical Assistance): $450,591 to the North Carolina
Department of Health and Human Services to provide technical support and training to
grantees through a sub-grant to the AIDS Education and Training Center at UNC.
Distribution of Ryan White Funding in North
Carolina in FY 2012
Part A
Part B
Part C
Part D
Part F-Dental
Part F-SPINS
Part F-Nat'l Training
1
North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, 12/31/12.
GRANTS DATA WAREHOUSE, HEALTH RESOURCE AND SERVICE ADMINISTRATION, available at:
http://granteefind.hrsa.gov/Search.aspx
2
Part A
PART A ($5,570,831)3— Charlotte Transitional Grant Area
Organization
Bradley Reid
Corporation
Catawba Care 5
CharlotteMecklenburg
Hospital
Authority-CMC
Meyers Park
CMC Northeast
Charlotte Dental
Associates
Community
Empowerment
Center
Eastowne
Family
Physicians
First Dental of
Huntersville
Gaston Family
Health Services
HomeCare for
the Carolinas
ID Consultants,
P.A.
Lions Services
Eye Clinic, Inc.
Mecklenburg
County Health
Department
Mt. Zion
Medical Clinics
Quality Home
Care Services
Services
HIV prevention, psycho-social education and case
management services.
Medical case management, transportation
assistance, and financial assistance for medication,
health insurance, dental care, off-site specialty
care to low-income, HIV testing.
Medical care, pharmacy consultation, referral
services, and case management services,
nutritional therapy.
Location
Charlotte
Funding4
$75,000
Rock Hill, SC
$330,462
Charlotte
$1,680,570
Ambulatory outpatient medical care.
Oral Health Care.
Concord
Charlotte
$330,951
$250,000
Transportation services, community outreach.
Charlotte
$50,000
HIV/AIDS specialized medical care to Ryan White.
Charlotte
$330,340
Oral health care and dentistry services.
Huntersville
$110,000
Primary and HIV specialty care provider, dental,
behavioral health services.
Non-medical care and HIV case management.
Gastonia
$298,462
Charlotte
$65,000
Medical care and consultation.
Charlotte
$138,000
Vision health services.
Charlotte
$22,000
HIV testing, counseling, education, and referrals.
Charlotte
$211,000
Medical care and assistance program
Charlotte
$130,000
Medical care, medication assistance,
transportation services.
Charlotte
$157,280
3
GRANTS DATA WAREHOUSE, HEALTH RESOURCE AND SERVICE ADMINISTRATION, available at:
http://granteefind.hrsa.gov/Search.aspx
4 RYAN WHITE PROVIDER, MECKLENBURG COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT, available at:
http://charmeck.org/mecklenburg/county/HealthDepartment/RyanWhite/Pages/ProviderListing.aspx
5
Provider is located in South Carolina but receives TGA funding from Mecklenburg County Health Department.
2
Organization
Regional AIDS
Interfaith
Network
Rosedale
Infectious
Diseases, PLLC
Services
Care management, housing, socialization, and
mental health.
Location
Charlotte
Funding4
$60,000
Full service HIV/Infectious Disease clinic.
Charlotte
$452,200
Overview of Part B, C, D, and F Funding
Part B ($41,084,201)6 -- The State of North Carolina received $41,084,201 in Part B funding, with
$27,069,6337 allocated to the state’s AIDS Drug Assistance Program. Of its Part B funds, the State
distributed $9,746,970 to fifteen (15) sub-recipient agencies.8
Part C ($6,347,563)9—Twelve (12) primary care providers received a combined $6 million+ in Part C
funding to support early intervention programs and capacity development projects. Early intervention
includes testing and medical care.
Part D ($3,362,894)10—Seven (7) primary care providers received over $3 million Ryan White Part D
funding for services for women, infants, children, youth and their families. Part D funding supports
family centered primary and specialty medical care in addition to support services.
Part F ($2,364,142)
Dental Reimbursement ($68,551)11—Three (3) programs received Ryan White Part F—Dental
funding for reimbursement for providing dental services to HIV positive clients.
Special Projects of National Significance ($1,845,000)12—Five (5) agencies received Part F
SPNS funding to develop innovative treatment systems.
National Training & Technical Assistance ($450,591)13—The North Carolina Department of
Health and Human Services received Part F NTTA funds to provide technical support and
training to grantees, through a sub-grant to the AIDS Education and Training Center at UNC.
6
GRANTS DATA WAREHOUSE, HEALTH RESOURCE AND SERVICE ADMINISTRATION, available at:
http://granteefind.hrsa.gov/Search.aspx; Jacquelyn Clymore, NC Department of Health and Human Services
(personal communication, February 22, 2013)
7
This figure includes a base ADAP earmark of $22,302,764, plus $1,766,869 in ADAP Supplemental Funding, and
$3,000,000 in ADAP Shortfall Relief funding.
8
Jacquelyn Clymore, NC Department of Health and Human Services (personal communication, February 22,
2013).
9
GRANTS DATA WAREHOUSE, HEALTH RESOURCE AND SERVICE ADMINISTRATION, available at:
http://granteefind.hrsa.gov/Search.aspx. All per provider Part C funds shown below are also available on GRANTS
DATA WAREHOUSE website.
10
Id. All per provider Part D funds shown below are also available on GRANTS DATA WAREHOUSE.
11
Id. All per provider Part F-Dental funds shown below were obtained from GRANTS DATA WAREHOUSE .
12
Id. All per provider Part F-SPNS funds shown below were obtained from GRANTS DATA WAREHOUSE.
13
Id.
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Figure 2: North Carolina Regional HIV Care Networks
Non-TGA Funding Breakdown
Region 1
(Avery, Buncombe, Cherokee, Clay, Cleveland, Graham, Haywood, Henderson, Jackson, Macon, Madison,
McDowell, Mitchell, Polk, Rutherford, Swain, Transylvania, Yancey)
Total Ryan White Funding: $1,980,215
The Western North Carolina Community Health Services, Inc.
Part B: $834,727
Part C: $675,488
Part D: $470,000
Total Ryan White Funding: $1,980,215
Website: www.hivcarewnc.org
Services: Outpatient ambulatory medical care, pharmaceutical assistance, dental, behavioral health, and
medical case management in a culturally competent setting.
Region 2
(Alexander, Alleghany, Ashe, Burke, Caldwell, Catawba, Lincoln, Watauga, Wilkes)
Total Ryan White Funding: $806,067
Catawba Valley Medical Center/Fairgrove Primary Health
Part B: $415,400
Part C: $390,667
Total Ryan White Funding: $806,067
Website: https://www.catawbavalleymedical.org/ryan-white-part-c-clinicServices: Primary and specialty HIV medical care, access to substance abuse and mental health services, case
management, and benefits advocacy services.
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Region 3
(Davidson, Davie, Forsyth, Iredell, Rowan, Stokes, Surry, Yadkin)
Total Ryan White Funding: $2,483,493
Wake Forest University Health Services
Part B: $1,352,785
Part C: $525,845
Part D: $500,000
Part F - Dental: $24,864
Part F-SPINS: $80,000
Total Ryan White Funding: $2,483,494
Website: http://www.wakehealth.edu/Infectious-Diseases/Clinic/The-Ryan-White-HIV-Primary-Care-andInfectious-Diseases-Speciality-Clinic.htm
Services: Wake Forest University hosts one of the largest infectious disease clinics in the state and serves
over 1,900 patients each year. Wake Forest University also manages a satellite clinic in High Point, NC.
primary and specialty care, case management, HIV testing, as well as a dental clinic.
Region 4
(Alamance, Caswell, Guilford, Montgomery, Randolph, Rockingham, Stanly)
Total Ryan White Funding: $1,380,072
Central Carolina Health Network
Part B: $978,885
Part D: $410,187
Total Ryan White Funding: $1,380,072
Services: Medical care, dental care, mental health counseling, case management and transportation.
Region 5
(Bladen, Cumberland, Harnett, Hoke, Moore, Richmond, Robeson, Sampson, Scotland)
Total Ryan White Funding: $2,807,212
Robeson County Health Department
Part B: $1,071,467
Website: http://publichealth.southernreionalahec.org/roveson/comd.html
Services: Case management, HIV Screenings, and specialty HIV care.
Robeson Health Care Corp.
Part C: $541,520
Part F-SPINS: $79,826
Total Ryan White Funding: $621,346
Website: http://www.rhcc1.com/programs/hiv-speciality-services
Services: HIV testing, counseling, and primary care referrals
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Tri-County Community Health Center (CommWell Health)
Part C: $338,218
Part D: $476,196
Part F-SPINS: $299,935
Total Ryan White Funding: $1,114,349
Website: http://www.cphealthnet.org/tricounty.htm
Services: Specialty medical care and on site residential substance abuse treatment for adults and families.
Region 6
(Chatham, Durham, Franklin, Granville, Johnston, Lee, Orange, Person, Vance, Wake, Warren)
Total Ryan White Funding: $8,076,048
Wake County Human Services
Part B: $1,826,057
Part C: $527,500
Total Ryan White Funding: $2,353,557
Website: http://www.wakegov.com/humanservices.publichealth/Pages/clinics.aspx#2
Services: HIV/AIDS testing and counseling for emerging communities. Also comprehensive primary medical
care and social services, as well as case management.
Alliance of AIDS Services-Carolina
Part B: $732,557
Website: http://www.aas-c.org/index.php?option-com
Services: Primary care referrals, help navigating health care, monetary assistance for clients ineligible to
receive ADAP, mental health services, dental care, transportation, food pantry, optical services, and housing
assistance to HIV+ clients
Duke University
Part B: $434,366
Part D: $500,000
Total Ryan White Funding: $934,366
Website: http://www.dukehealth.org/services/dart/programs/partners_in_caring
Services: Pastoral care to HIV+ individuals, through Partners in Caring. Works to establish caring and
supportive relationships with local churches. Also, outpatient services for women, infants, youth, and their
families.
Duke University School of Law
Part B: $100,000
Website: http://law.duke.edu/aidsproject/
Services: Free legal assistance to low-income HIV-infected clients.
Lincoln Community Health Center
Part C: $485,856
Website: https://www.dtmi.duke.edu/about-us/organization/duke-center-for-community-research/durhamhealth-innovations/dhi-oversight-committee/dhi-projects/HIV-STD-hepatitis_Final-Report.pdf
Services: Early intervention services including outpatient care and free testing to the Durham community.
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UNC School of Medicine
Part B: $285,104
Part C: $699,947
Part F-Dental: $28,604
Part F-SPNS: $396,535
Total Ryan White Funding: $1,410,190
Website: https://www.med.unc.edu/infdis/research/hiv-stds
Services: pPimary care services to patients from all regions.
UNC School of Dentistry
Part F: $14,968
Website: https://www.dentistry.unc.edu/research/JWC_Lab/patients.html
Services: Oral health care to HIV+ patients.
Region 7
(Brunswick, Columbus, Duplin, New Hanover, Onslow, Pender)
Total Ryan White Funding: $1,022,278
New Hanover Regional Medical Center
Part B: $323,716
Part C: $388,562
Part D: $310,000
Total Ryan White Funding: $1,022,278
Website: http://www.nhrmc.org/body.cfm?id=1874
Services: Medical and psychosocial support to more than 700 HIV+ patients
Region 8
(Edgecombe, Halifax, Nash, Northampton, Wilson)
Total Ryan White Funding: $1,378,946
Carolina Family Health Centers, Inc.
Part B: $368,546
Part C: $590,000
Total Ryan White Funding: $958,546
Website: http://www.cfhcnc.org/hiv-aids.html
Services: Primary medical care services, oral health services, in house pharmacy, medication adherence
services, behavioral health, support groups peer counseling, nutritional therapy, and emergency services.
Rural Health Group
Part B: $79,150
Part C: $341,250
Total Ryan White Funding: $420,400
Website: http://www.rhgnc.org/hendersonMedical.html
Services: Primary medical and dental care services to uninsured or underinsured persons living with
HIV/AIDS. Peer education and housing assistance are also supported through the program.
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Region 9
(Bertie, Camden, Chowan, Currituck, Dare, Gates, Hertford, Hyde, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Tyrrell)
Total Ryan White Funding: $464,230
Herford County Public Authority
Part B: $464,230
Website: http://www.hertfordpublichealth.com/chsd-hivdisease.htm
Services: Aims to improve accessibility to specialty HIV Disease are in the primary care setting.
comprehensive care management and transportation services in addition to case management.
Region 10
(Beaufort, Carteret, Craven, Greene, Jones, Lenoir, Martin, Pamlico, Pitt, Washington, Wayne)
Total Ryan White Funding: $1,603,838
Eastern Carolina University-Brody School of Medicine
Part B: $479,980
Part C: $527,947
Part D: $596,511
Total Ryan White Funding: $1,603,838
Website: http://www.ecu.edu/csdhs/im/InfectiousDiseases/Ryan-White.cfm
Services: Community outreach and education, non-traditional testing, as well as retention and linkage to
care services.
Charlotte (TGA)
Total Non Part A Ryan White Funding: $400,000
CW Williams Community Health Center
Part C: $300,000
Part D: $100,000
Website: http://www.cwwilliams.org/v5/index.php
Services: HIV primary care services
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